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Old 11-14-2008, 08:57 AM   #1
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Getting Started...again.


I'm Lane Davis from Oklahoma City. I taught school for 20 years and then got an opportunity to get into building and real estate. I have a masters level education, and I am always looking to learn more. Can anyone recommend a text book that will help me learn to read commercial blueprints with accuracy and understanding? I have been around all kinds of construction all my life, but I am considering a move into project management with an OKC-based construction company. My goal is to work into management of large commercial projects like churches, schools, office complexes, etc...

I'm all ears, and I appreciate any help I can get.

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Old 11-14-2008, 09:44 AM   #2
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Hi Lane,welcome to the sight.I can't really help with your blue-print question but I wanted to say Hi anyways since we're in the same city.My office is in an unicorporated area of Oklahoma county bordering Forest Park.

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can't help with the book, not my cup o' tea. But welcome to the site. it'll be nice having an edjumukated guy around here
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